The Housing and Water Project continues. This was made possible by Australian Aid, USAID, political contributions, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries International, and many districts picking up our projects in the NMI 100 year anniversary projects! We completed 6 duplexes as the first major phase of this project. This has had immediate impact on our staff and families. This allowed 12 families to move in and opened up their previous homes to be renovated and used for other families. Many of these were smaller families sharing housing units designed to hold multiple single staff rather than families. This trickle down effect so far has resulted in 10 families who were able to leave a small crowded house and have room for their families. It allowed 8 young families to move out of shared housing situations to have their own house. It also allowed 4 families to move from the village to the station so that they can help us fill the need of workers for evening and night shifts and taking call for surgery and lab.